Maryl Georgi, founder of Yogamatic.com, hosted an al fresco introduction to Mandy Ingber’s Yogalosophy at her beautiful private home in Pacific Palisades. This bucolic escape, complete with shimmering koi ponds and blossoming fruit groves, was the perfect setting for an idyllic afternoon of learning and growing. The event was more than just a yoga class; it introduced a way of exercise that incorporates improving your health through exercise, healthy eating, and reflection: Yogalosophy.
Mandy Ingber, who developed Yogalosophy, led the event, and is a long respected yoga instructor. As Jennifer Aniston’s longtime yoga teacher, Mandy has been credited by Jennifer for changing the way she looks at diet and exercise.
When I started doing yoga with Mandy, I noticed many things. My legs getting leaner. My arms getting stronger, and most importantly, I noticed an inner strength. Mandy’s yoga is unique, because she allows the student to discover what “yoga“ is and means to them. I feel like I am getting a meditation, a workout, and time with my friend, all rolled into one hour.
Participants at the event were introduced to Mandy’s innovative hybrid yoga style, which not only tones your body but also unwinds your mind. As one of her students, Jennifer Lawrence, explains Yogalates,“Beyond the incredible transformation I begin to see with my body in terms of flexibility and dexterity, working with Mandy has helped me become more in tune with my body and spirit. As her student, she has helped me find a balance between a physical strength and inner strength.”
So what exactly is Yogalosophy, and how will it benefit participants? In Mandy Ingber’s own words:
I have found that changing my attitude affects my emotions, and my body changes accordingly. Sometimes I am motivated by nurture, sometimes by intensity. My motivational hybrid technique revolves around cycles of change. Yogalosophy can help you use the natural flow to recreate your body through intentions, emotions, and other motivational triggers.
As Mandy explains it, words and thoughts have power. Getting fit is more than just diet and exercise, it’s about being aware of not only what we put in our body, but also being aware of the thoughts that run through our subconscious. Participants at the exclusive Yogalosophy event were treated to a life changing workout that included tips on how to change the way you think about exercise. Not a bad way to spend an afternoon, wouldn’t you agree?Share this post: